Many messages of the Django developers and Django users mailing lists are
sent into my spam folder in Gmail, and I saw messages from other users who
experience the same problem. I can't filter these messages not to be sent
to spam because I want them to skip my inbox, and Gmail doesn't allow to
skip inbox for messages filtered never to be spam. So every day I have to
search my spam folder and mark these messages as not spam. Then go to my
inbox and archive them.
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On Thu, Jul 7, 2016 at 5:33 AM, Tim Graham <timogra...@gmail.com> wrote:
> In the past couple hours, code.djangoproject.com experienced a spam
> attack of new tickets and wiki pages. After running without the spam filter
> for at least a couple months (I forget exactly when I deactivated it but it
> was sometime after we switched to requiring authenticated users to file a
> ticket), I've reactivated it. If you find your submissions inappropriately
> marked as spam, let me know so we can tune the settings.
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